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Pranic Healing

Pranic Healing is a no-touch, non-invasive healing approach that was founded by Master Choa Kok Sui. It is a synthesis of healing techniques from ancient China, Tibet and India in which prana is used to heal a wide variety of illnesses.

Prana is a Sanskrit work that means "vital energy". Often referred to as "chi" or "ki", prana consists of tiny invisible globules of life force that keep the body alive and in good health. Prana comes from three sources: sun, air and earth. It is absorbed by the chakras into a person's energy field (and consequently his physical body), where it nourishes and supports his life force. 

Chakra is another Sanskrit word that means "wheel of light." It is a spinning vortex of energy within a person's energy field that absorbs the prana and redistributes it throughout the energy field and the physical body. Chakras function like organs for the energy body. They are located along the spine and serve and nurture the major organs of the physical body. When a chakra becomes blocked or depleted, then the corresponding physical organ begins to experience distress and subsequent illness if not treated.

Pranic healing has two simple principles. One is that the physical body can heal itself, and the other is that adding a catalyst can accelerate the healing process. That catalyst is prana. A pranic healer uses his hands to cleanse and energize a person's energy field and chakras with fresh prana, thereby triggering the healing process of the body.

 

Master Choa Kok Sui was a chemical engineer, businessman and philanthropist of Chinese-Filipino descent. Through twenty years of scientific experimentation and advanced clairvoyant observation, he compiled a set of healing techniques that are practical, powerful, fast, and effective. He wrote several books on Pranic Healing that have been translated into 27 different languages.

Pranic Healing teaches how to heal others from a distance. Long distance healing is based on the fact that we are all connected to each other through the earth's energy field. In addition, wherever our thoughts are directed with intention, energy follows. 

Pranic Healing applied to emotional problems is called Pranic Psychotherapy. Again it is the utilization of prana to cleanse and energize the emotional field from such problems as anxiety and phobia, grief and depression, addictions, anger and rage, stress and other psychological problems. The result is a restoration of emotional balance and sense of well-being.